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We're pleased to share a list of tips that you can refer to before your shoot day!

1. Grooming

  • Make sure to trim any excess facial hair, such as nose, ears, eyebrows, and mustache.

  • Hydrate your skin by applying face moisturizer the night before to soften it.

  • For men, get a trim a few days to a week before the shoot and let your hairdresser know that it's for a photo shoot.

  • For ladies, keep your hair untied and arrive in basic professional makeup.

  • If you're looking for a more polished look, we can help you hire a hair and makeup artist.

2. Attire

  • Wear something that makes you feel confident and comfortable. A well-fitted attire enhances your silhouette, so it's best to avoid borrowing blazers from friends or colleagues for shoots. If you're on a budget, you can buy off-the-rack at the right places.

  • For patterns, it's best to avoid stripes as it can result in moire. But if patterns are essential to your expression, let your photographer know. Monochromatic colors, such as black, white, grey, and blue, work well with the widest range of backgrounds, and solid pastels are great too.

  • If you have any accessories that tell a story, feel free to bring them along.

3. Mood

  • Make sure to get plenty of rest the night before the shoot so that you look energetic and ready to engage during the session.

  • Arrive slightly early to give yourself enough time to touch up your grooming or attire and to be in a calm mood.

  • If you feel more comfortable, you can bring a close friend or family member with you.

  • Most importantly, be ready to go with the flow and let your photographer bring out the best expressions in you.



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